September is the time the kids go back to school and life returns to semi-normal for the rest of us. With the kids back in their routine, beach crowds diminish which, to me, makes it the perfect time to hit the sand! The heat will linger for a few weeks, so enjoy the tail end <... >
(Kelly Hushin also contributed to this article) Before you know it, summer will be a fleeting memory. You’ll be longing for an outdoor paradise, a beautiful secluded beach, one that you may not have been privileged to enjoy these last few months. Or maybe you’ll be yearning for a scuba diving excursion to remember, a <... >
The Right Bank, Rive Droite has stood as the home for royalty and dignitaries alike, still possessing a sense of lavish sophistication to this day. From the Champs Elysees to the corridors of the Louvre, there is an undeniable appearance of elegance and Parisian refinement nestled in each corner of the Right Bank.
As I stepped from the cool air conditioned airport into the heavy, humid air of Montego Bay, my glasses fogged up. A common, irritating occurrence at home during the summer, made charming by the fact that I was in Jamaica for a few days of sun, sand and spas! While humid, it was temperate and, <... >
Problem: It was ‘The Perfect Storm’ really – I was overly stressed at work, my on/off relationship was ‘off’… way off, and I had a 30th birthday looming above like a thunderous, dark cloud acting as a constant reminder of all of the things I had yet to still accomplish. Solution: Planned an amazing solo <... >
What could be more BEAUTIFUL than a weekend getaway with cabanas, cocktails, and clubbing at the Chelsea Hotel in AC?
Every four years the world unites for a single event and travelers from all reaches of the globe converge on the city hosting the Olympic Games. London won the draw to host this year’s event and can expect to see upwards of 11 million visitors to its city. “While cities that host the Games spend <... >
The city of Paris is awashed with enigmatic charm from the Bouquinistes (book peddlers) selling Parisian-style books and antiques along the Seine to the numerous blooming gardens and parks filled with enchanted lovers and sightseers alike.